Bookish Odds & Ends, Features, Wrap Ups & Hauls

My #IronTomeAThon 2019 Wrap-Up


Hello bookworms!

Today I am here to wrap-up what I read for the #IronTomeAThon that took place in the month of July…

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Bookish Odds & Ends, Features, Other

Top 11 Books of 2019 So Far! (January – June 2019)


How in the heck are we over half way through 2019?!  I don’t know about you all, but I have read some amazing books thus far in 2019.

As of the end of June, I had read 67 books in 2019.  Which ones are among my favorites?  Continue on to find out…

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Bookish Odds & Ends, Features, Monthly TBRs

My Iron Tome-A-Thon TBR #IronTomeAThon


Hello bookworms!

I discovered that Aimal @Bookshelves & Paperbacks is hosting an adult fantasy read-a-thon for the month of July, and I just couldn’t help myself.  There are so many adult fantasy books that have gone unread on my TBR, so this was the perfect motivation to finally pick up some of the adult fantasy books I’ve been putting off.

Let’s look at my overly ambitious TBR, shall we?

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Bookish Odds & Ends, Features, Monthly TBRs

Most Anticipated Books of 2019 (July – December)


Today I am here to talk about which upcoming new book releases I am most excited about for the second half of 2019!

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Bookish Odds & Ends, Features

Bookish Travels: Bookstores I Visited in Savannah, Georgia


Some of you may remember that my family and I visited Georgia for our spring break in March.  We stayed on Tybee Island, which is about 25 minutes outside of Savannah, Georgia.  While in Savannah, I decided to visit two of Savannah’s most famous independent bookstores!  Since Independent Bookstore Day is this Saturday April 27th, I thought I’d celebrate by sharing some pictures from my visit…

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